November 3, 2017
Oswego County Legislature's Economic Development and Planning Committee presented a proclamation designating the month of October as 4-H Month in Oswego County. With the support of the Oswego County Legislature, Cornell Cooperative Extension serves the needs of rural and urban youth by teaching worthwhile life skills through a variety of 4-H/Youth Development programs. Over 11,000 youth participated in programs this year, the 95th anniversary of 4-H in Oswego County and the group's 116th year in New York State. Thanks to the 4-H organization, there are generations of citizens who have pledged their lives to clearer community thinking, greater community loyalty, larger community service and better living in Oswego County. Pictured from left are Thomas Drumm, District 16; Daniel LeClair, District 8; Heather DelConte, District 18; 4-H Educator Debbie Holliday; 4-H Club Leader Beth Smith; Committee Chairman Roy E. Reehil, District 5; Shawn Doyle, District 3; Committee Vice Chairman Morris Sorbello, District 23; and Tim Stahl, District 20.
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